Sihanoukville — The confreres in practical training in Cambodia met this week at Don Bosco Sihanoukville to have the monthly recollection and formation with Fr. Ceferino Ledesma (Fr. Cef) invited by Fr. Roel Soto, superior of the delegation.
There was also a special invitation to Br. John Bosco Phen Nary, student of Theology at Paranaque and stationed in Cambodia due to the pandemic lock-downs of both Cambodia and the Philippines.
Br. Nary was invited to share his experiences, particularly in the topic of entrance examination that is required at the Don Bosco Paranaque, as well as his life experience in the school of theology.
The current young confreres in practical training in Cambodia are Br. Prak Ieth (Cambodian), Br. Somony (Cambodian), Br. Raymond Lawrence (Indian) and Br. Bao Paolo (Vietnamese).
The Don Bosco Sihanoukville community led by Fr. Eugene Xalxo, the rector, welcomed Fr. Roel Soto and Fr. Cef for their meeting with the young confreres in practical training in Cambodia. Celebration of the Holy Mass presided by Fr. Cef at the Saint Francis of Sales Chapel in Don Bosco Sihanoukville. From left to right: Fr. Roel Soto, superior of the delegation, Fr. Ceferino Ledesma, delegate for formation, Fr. Eugene Xalxo, rector of Don Bosco Sihanoukville and Fr. Joseph Khoa, who is celebrating his first anniversary of ordination, currently assigned to Don Bosco Phnom Penh.